Review on Optimising Solar PV Efficiency by Using Tracking and Cooling System

Authors

  • Anil Khatri M.Tech Scholar SIRT, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
  • Prof. Nitin Tenguria Assistant Professor SIRT, Bhopal

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https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v5i4.200

Abstract

The increasing energy demand, continuous drawback of the existing sources of fossil fuels and increasing concern about environmental pollution pushed researchers to explore new technologies for the production of electricity from clean sources, renewable such as solar, wind etc. Solar energy is the oldest primary source of energy. It is a source of clean, renewable energy and it is found in abundance in every part of the world. Using solar energy is possible to convert it into mechanical energy or electricity with adequate efficiency. In this paper of the present of principal of solar cell and the temperature effect. And the Information about the quality and amount of solar energy available at a specific location is of prime importance for the development of a solar energy system. However, the amount of electricity that is obtained is directly proportional to the intensity of sunlight falling on the photovoltaic panel.

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2019-04-16

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Khatri, A., & Tenguria, P. N. (2019). Review on Optimising Solar PV Efficiency by Using Tracking and Cooling System. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 5(4), 4-8. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v5i4.200